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, melody barnes, ann coulter, robert reich and jorge ramos. >>> hello again. with just over six weeks to go, it's safe to say that mitt romney can't afford another one like his last. from inside the account of political dysfunction that broke sunday night, to electrical problem that grounded ann romney's plane on friday, nothing seemed to go right. and running mate paul ryan fielded a question from griping from republican insiders. >> there will always be critics. but guess what, i have rarely seen a moment where the man and the moment have met so well. >> president obama pounded away at romney's private thoughts on that 47% in wisconsin. >> we can't get very far if we're just writing off half the country. as a bunch of victims. or presume that somehow they want to be dependent on government or don't want to take responsibility for their own lives. >> and with that, let's get right to our headliners david axelrod from the obama campaign and the reince priebus. reince, let me begin with you. thank you. president obama, you saw him yesterday, voters are going to be hearing about that leaked v
. >> caller: i just want to ask y'all a question, why haven't you gotten ann coulter on the show yet. >> stephanie: i did that once years ago, it was enough. >> scarborough: oh, sweet jesus! >> stephanie: oh, suite jesus. and can i be the official comic book artist for the "stephanie miller show." [ bell chimes ] >> very cool. >> stephanie: yeah awesome. ann coulter doesn't believe anything she says. >> you used to be friends with her. >> stephanie: i did not. she used to invite me out to dinner with a bunch of other republican folks back when i -- >> and she figured out when she says crazy things she gets at attention. >> stephanie: that's right. and tbone writes ann coulter is too much man for me. that's true. joel welcome. >> caller: thank you. i wanted to talk about how the gop must be feeling right now with the congressional races, and the fact that their candidate is not only imploding, but he is really creating problems for them in other races. >> stephanie: yeah, that's to me the big story now. i have to say. the presidential race is pulling away -- pulling ou
that that is at the center of all of this. >> stephanie: all right. ann coulter. >> the way liberals have treated blacks like children we don't owe the homeless, we don't owe feminists, but that's what the left has become -- >> immigrant rights are not civil rights? >> no, i think civil rights are for black. >> wow. >> and that's on abc this week right? >> yeah. they keep inviting her back. >> it's like -- media matters we don't waste a lot of time complaining about the sunday talk -- but it's like really? is this impeachment 1996 is that what we need ann coulter to explain to us. she puts out these right-wing books, and the same 10,000 people buy them. this election, all of it it is irrelevant. so they just have her on to say something stupid like this. so you mean civil rights for blacks is not based on treating blacks like children. >> it has nothing to do with it. she is clueless. she doesn't even know what she is talking about. >> stephanie: eric holder. thank you for helping us wade through it as usual. >> bye-bye. >> stephanie: i heard about a right-wing writer he doesn't know
on abc starting at 7:00 eastern time. the conversation will continue online. secretary reich and ann coulter are going to answer your questions on twitter. can't wait for that. >>> and now -- three moments from this week in history. what year was it? president reagan shot. >> he was wounded. the president was hit. >> the shuttle has cleared the tower. >> the space shuttle launched for the first time. >>> from abc news -- >> and so did "this week." >> we have a new sunday program for you, we'll look at what's been happening, what's happening now and what we can see happening next week? >> was it 1981, 1982 or 1983? we'll be right back with the answer. ♪ [ male announcer ] navigating your future can be daunting without a financial plan. at pacific life, we can give you the tools to help you achieve financial independence. for more than 140 years, pacific life has assisted families and businesses in meeting their goals, even in uncertain economic times. let us help protect the things that you work so hard for. to find out how, visit pacificlife.com. ♪ governor of getting it done. yo
coulter. >> yes. >> one of the qualities that ann singled out as being admirable is that romney is square. and she thinks we've had too much hipness, so that gives them -- >> well, i guess. >> that gives them their theme song. who's side of hughey lewis and the news. hip to be square. >> rolling calamity doesn't imply squareness. you think that as being a nebulous, hurricane like -- at any rate, maggie, i want to talk about ann romney. i thought that sound of late, as hastings pointed out in the break, ann romney was a secret weapon, used strategically and you can really sense her stress levels and anger at the way that her family has been treated, husband has been treated. i guess i guess how effective she is in those moments as a surrogate for mitt romney? >> i think she is reflecting the same way sununu is, the way we were discussing, there is a sense of frustration in the campaign. a lot of it gets directed at the press but the reality is they're frustrated because where they are, they are not in a position of strength, not a great three weeks, pretty bad three weeks and we're running
. and professional pundit ann coulter tweet ed bill clinton just impregnated sandra fluke backstage. charming, ms. coulter. one person responded to eric erickson tweeting, "not quite. it's the stay out of my vagina monologues." what's your reaction to what you heard? >> i'm more on the side of the stay out of my vagina monologues, if we can use it. i think republicans are uncomfortable about it. the shock of eric erickson's tweet is not that they said it, not the anger on it, but they would choose to engage in this at all. this is a losing issue for them with swing voters. this is an issue where most of the american people, indeed, most republicans believe that abortion should be legal in some choices and that, if you put it in this way, should the state have a say in it, they don't think it should. people are pro life, but in a larger sense, they're also pro choice. people believe that abortion is a very personal decision. >> david, on a scale of chris christie to michelle obama, chris christie being least effective and michelle obama being most effective, how effective would you rate the democr
break through the stalemates and suspicions, if that is a liberal, then i am a liberal. >> that is ann coulter. >> stephanie: that's right. your book "is thank the liberals." >> you are welcome. and "thank the liberals," i was here whore out -- i mean plugging my book last time. >> stephanie: were you momentarily blinded by me skills -- >> yes this is unbelievable how you do this. >> stephanie: we tried to get you a little -- a few segments ago, and your sluggish fox handlers pulled you away -- >> they literally had to drug me by the hair -- >> yes. >> stephanie: my next book is thank steph steph for saving comb. >> stephanie: exactly. i'm sure you can relate to this a lake park man obsessed with fox news is in jail after he said he felt like he had to kill his girlfriend because she was a liberal. welcome to every day for me. >> right. they actually check me for arms before i go into the building. >> stephanie: i touched geraldo, i think he overmoistureized. you touched him? >> stephanie: little hug. >> i have never touched him. >> whatever works for you. >> you are go
's memoir backfire? >> it's a humiliating memoir. probably most of all. >> author ann coulter has written nine books. she said that celebrity authors aren't usually hurt by their revelations. >> and i just turned to him and said you're so hot. and he practically jumped in my arms. >> john's ex rielle hunter, faced a backlash initially after her memoir. >> were you a bad parent? >> it looks like it, doesn't it? >> maria is probably happy because she's sticking to him for all he's worth. >> he's hopeful that they'll reconcile. he writes -- you can call this denial, but it's the way it works. >>> let's just move on to "star watch." >>> matt's pay cut. new york. >> i'm matt lauer alongside savannah guthrie. >> "today" viewership falling. fueling rumors that matt lauer may be asked to take a pay cut from his reported $25 million contract. but nbc telling "the insider," quote, there's absolutely no truth to this. >>> now, news that msnbc's willie geist is being drafted to bring some of his humors to "today's" 9:00 a.m. hour. >> he's handsome, he's likable. he's a straight shooter. >> wonderwall
. >> stephanie: that's why they have so many of them in bellaire. ann coulter on handy. >> liberal policies hurt black people. and as long as the blacks keep voting for democrats. they tell black people republicans hate you. and the unemployment rate is through the roof especially under obama, it was only the paradise we had after the oj case that white guilt just went away for a while. [ overlapping speakers ] >> and who's lives did those save? it saved black lives. >> can we break down every line of that, please. by deaf situation ann is being a racist because she is implying that african americans are too stupid to look at the issues. >> stephanie: can you mp 3 her a copy of my interview with maya angelou this morning. >> right away miss miller and then shove it miss miller. >> stephanie: tracy in chicago. hey, trac. >> caller: hi, stephanie it is such a pleasure to finally talk to you, and happy birthday. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: this is my first time. i have a grievance with my cable provider, and i want all of your listeners to contact -- i won't say the c
Search Results 0 to 11 of about 12 (some duplicates have been removed)